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     I grew up with Disney and Disney is still around today. We had the Read Along books. They were good. The text was on the book as well as on

the tape. But the problem was-- it was very difficult to match the written word with the spoken word, unless mummy was reading and pointing with her finger.

     Now Disney has the Read Along book as an attachment to the DVD, so you have to read it on the TV. But now it is much better. When the word is spoken, the word on the screen changes color so you always know which word is being spoken. A big improvement as your child can listen and see the word.

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     Disney has nearly brought back all the old cartoons, so my kids are enjoying what I was brought up with.

     Also, books made up of nursery rhymes are very good. For some reason, most experts agree that rhyming is a very important part of reading. These types of nursery rhymes help to build phonics and that is one of the bases of learning to read. I learnt under the phonics system and my reading level is quite fast.

    I think because of tradition, it must be very important. The nursery rhymes I teach my kid nowadays, are the same nursery rhymes my mother read to me when I was a little boy. And possibly they are the same nursery rhymes my grandmother read to my mother, when she was a little girl.

     Anything that has stood the test of time and lasted that long must be beneficial and helpful.

     My mother brought a beautiful picture book of nursery rhymes for my kid, and the rhymes had not changed in 30 years, they were exactly the same, so there must be something in nursery rhymes.

     To learn more about the phonics reading courses I recommend see our teach reading page.


    To have a chat to other parents and to find out more about learning to read go to our forum.

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Peter Legrove









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